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somebody {pron} <sb.> [subject]
1219
jemand <jd.>
Others
someone {pron} <so.> [subject]
2744
jemand <jd.>
you {pron} [singular and plural subject and direct object] [formal]
1424
Sie [formelle Anrede]
compulsory {adj} [e.g. contributions, insurance, lecture, subject]
914
Pflicht- [z. B. Beiträge, Versicherung, Vorlesung, Fach]
an [masculine subject / neuter subject or direct object]
482
ein
an [feminine subject / direct object]
413
eine
exhausted {adj} {past-p} [possibilities, potential, subject]
368
ausgereizt [fig.]
topical {adj}
294
thematisch [relating to a particular subject]
econ. law conditioned {adj} [subject to conditions]
275
eingeschränkt
anybody {pron} [subject]
154
jemand <jd.>
touchy {adj} [subject]
144
heikel
anyone {pron} [subject]
132
jemand <jd.>
under {prep} [subject to]
126
gemäß [+Dat.]
broached {past-p} [subject / theme]
110
angeschnitten [Thema]
barren {adj} [style, subject]
92
trocken [Stil, Thematik]
recalcitrant {adj} [material, subject]
47
spröde [Material, Materie]
about {prep} [on the subject of]
8
wegen [+Dat.] [ugs.]
sorest {adj} [subject]
8
heikelste
unrewarding {adj} [work, subject]
8
unergiebig [fig.] [nicht lohnend]
sorer {adj} [subject]
6
heikler
barren {adj} [style, subject]
5
strohtrocken [oft ugs.] [Stil, Thematik: sehr trocken, unangenehm trocken]
elective {adj} [e.g. subject, course, office, monarchy]
5
Wahl- [z. B. Fach, Amt, Monarchie]
[subject to recoupment of public money spent on local public infrastructure] {adj}erschließungsbeitragspflichtig
herself {pron} [subject or direct object]sich [Dat. oder Akk.] selber [meist ugs.]
herself {pron} [subject or direct object]sie selbst
moot {adj} [subject to debate]zu erörtern [nur prädikativ] [strittig]
someone {pron} <so.> [female] [subject]eine [jemand (weiblich)]
someone {pron} <so.> [male] [subject]einer [jemand (männlich)]
touchiest {adj} [subject]heikelste
yourself {pron} [subject or direct object]Sie selbst [formelle Anrede]
yourself {pron} [subject]du selbst
Verbs
to raise sth. [money, subject]
1212
etw. aufbringen [Geld, Thema]
to broach sth. [a subject]
868
etw. ansprechen [zur Sprache bringen]
to master sth. [field of knowledge, subject]
759
etw.Akk. beherrschen [Wissens-, Sachgebiet]
to treat [a topic or subject]
261
abhandeln
to straggle [digress from a subject]
142
abschweifen
educ. to teach sth. [subject]
19
etw. geben [Unterrichtsfach]
to funk [to subject to offensive smoke] [obs.]
11
einräuchern [in stinkenden Rauch hüllen]
ecol. [to be subject to an invasion of fringe species into grasslands after abandonment of grazing or mowing]
10
versaumen [Geobotanik]
to concern sth. [be about a particular subject]von etw. handeln
to exhaust sth. [a subject]etw. erschöpfend abhandeln
to exhaust sth. [a subject]etw. erschöpfend behandeln
educ. to flunk sth. [esp. Am.] [coll.] [an examination subject, e.g. biology]in etw.Dat. durchfliegen [ugs.] [einem Prüfungsfach, z. B. Biologie]
to immerse sb. [fig.] [in a subject]jdn. gründlich vertraut machen [mit einem Thema]
to shine [in a particular subject]eine Leuchte sein [auf / in]
educ. to take sth. [a subject in school]etw.Akk. haben [als Unterrichtsfach in der Schule lernen] [ugs.]
to touch sth. [a subject etc.]an etw. rühren [Thema etc.]
Nouns
educ. education [includes subject mastery, cultural, and personal maturation aspects]
5311
Bildung {f}
approach [to a topic, subject]
2002
Ansatz {m} [Ausgangspunkt, Grundgedanke]
matter [substance, also: subject, question]
777
Materie {f}
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